The Rooster Chase


March 22, 2012 by WITS Editor

Rooster Polski: Kogut

Rooster Polski: Kogut (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

One morning my sister was going to feed the chickens.  She got dried corn and poured it on the floor of the porch.  Accidently, she put too much down, so she had to pick some up.  The fat rooster saw her, and he got mad.  His red hair stuck up on his head, and he charged at her.  My sister screamed!  After 3 or 4 laps around the house, she jumped onto the trampoline.  She thought the rooster would not be able to get her there, but he saw the corn in her hand, and he hopped up there.  He stared really mean at my sister.  My sister dropped the corn in a flash, and the rooster gobbled it up.   Now, my sister and I are really careful when we feed the chickens.

By Carmen, 4th grade


One thought on “The Rooster Chase

  1. Trilla Pando says:

    I can see it! Good writing. I wonder if the rooster bounced.

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